Italian in Italy (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE SCHOOLS) is an association of Italian schools for foreigners that operate in different regions of Italy and aims to guarantee professional standards of associated schools, teaching methods and services for the students.
Italian in Italy as a quality brand
To be accredited by the Association, schools must comply with educational and professional requirements.
“Italian in Italy” checks and guarantees that all information on associated schools is truthful and detailed
The teaching staff must be trained through a university degree and experience in this specific area. They are chosen for their professionalism, curriculum and personal qualities
Italian in Italy guarantees that the classrooms are adequately comfortable, well lit and the structure has to comply with the law
The associated schools must ensure that the student can follow a class of a level appropriate to his / her linguistic competence verified with an entrance test
The associated schools, if the student requests it, must proceed to search for accommodation that is previously checked and selected by their staff
“Italian in Italy” checks and verifies that the prices and offers published by the associated schools correspond to reality
The staff of the associated schools, in line with lifelong learning, must always be professionally updated and the 'Italian in Italy' association, as a recognized training body, offers at least one refresher course annually for the teachers of the associated schools
The associated schools must provide students at the time of enrollment with all information relating to lesson times, legally recognized holidays and provide a 'welcome kit' to the calss and the school, as well as the main practical information about the city where the school is located
Italian in Italy guarantees the student a contact person external to the associated school in the event of serious irregularities with the association's regulations
Italian in Italy obliges the associated schools to constantly check that students are happy and satisfied with the service offered, both by the school and by the teachers, through the administration of anonymous satisfaction questionnaires